Player of the Match
Player of the Match

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Jason Behrendorfff is Man of the Match, for his 4 for 21. There were 17 dots in his 24 balls. "Not too often I get in front of the cameras. Its something I've got to work on. Nice to get one over on debut but obviously we lost then. It's something I've been working hard at, putting on a brave face out there and not looking nervous. India are a very class team, nice to take wickets up front and giving the team a good start. Honour to play for my country and looking forward to doing it again"

"Feels great. As Isaid at the toss, we had to bowl well and start well. And Dorff bowling there, taking four for in his first real spell. Really fantastic. he's got the height, the bounce and the swing. He's from Perth. He was really fantastic," David Warner says. "Zampa did well later as well, his execution was spot on. Henriques, he showed his experience. I've used him in this role in the IPL as well. It looked an English wicket, soft and with moisture. We knew if we could get past the new ball we could do well

"Not the performance we wished for. Australia were much better on the day,"Virat Kohli says. "I don't think we were good enough with the bat. The wicket was bit sticking to start. It was difficult for them as well, but after the dew set in, they got away. The effort is to do that as a team, but we speak about when the situations are not in our favour is when we have to put 120% on the field. It;s the attitude that matters most and it's something the team embraces. The ball to Rohit [from Behrendorff] was pretty good. He bowled in good areas, he was pretty tight, credit to him, getting wickets with the new ball and they built on that very well"

10.05 pm That's a statement from Australia, and there were plenty, right from the start when Jason Behrendorff took out Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli in the very first over to claim 4 for 21. Then when David Warner pulled off a blinder of a catch, turned around and screamed his delight at the crowd. When Moises Henriques and Travis Head weathered the early burst from Bhuvneshwar Kumar and then began mauling India's two wristspinners. It's been a complete performance from Australia, but it took a while coming: this is their first T20I win over India in eight matches

"Good win. Thought the bowleres bowled really well to keep them to 118. We knew it would be tough though and it was in the first six overs, but it got easier as the ball got older," Henriques says. "When you're chasing those small targets, and Head came out and hit a couple of boundaries, it took pressure off me. Then I just had to hang in there and prevent a collapse. Wicket suited the fast bowlers, and it wasn't doing anything for the spinners. I was supposed to bat at three, if there were early wickets. Last game we had a good start, so I slipped down the order"

"Haven't been doing that through the ODI series. Worked hard at batting and it came off today," Head says. "Just about being positive about the way I think, hitting the boundary riders and putting pressure on the bowlers. We played fantastically today, bowlers did really well. Good spirits going to Hyderabad and looking forward to winning the series"

Rohit Ramanatha: "India has lost 9 of the 17 matches in guwahati with this!! and won only 6"

Dhaval : "That unused review [appeal for caught behind against Henriques] has cost India dearly. But we all know it's a part and parcel of the game. The series is well set now for a finale."

Sid Sid: "Kuldeep though an exciting prospect and also picking up crucial wickets has not by any means been economical. Chahal on the other hand has shown greater control also being attacking at the same time. Time to "rotate" Kuldeep has come..may be"

15.3
4
Chahal to Henriques, FOUR runs, pummels it down the ground and that's Australia's victory!
15.2
2
Chahal to Henriques, 2 runs, full and outside off, spears it out to deep point
15.1
1
Chahal to Head, 1 run, top-edges the sweep, but there is no one around to threaten it until Pandya runs to his left from deep square leg
15.1
1w
Chahal to Head, 1 wide, pushes it very wide outside off, so Head lets it go and accepts the extra

END OF OVER:
15 | 17 Runs | AUS: 114/2 (5 runs required from 30 balls, RR: 7.60, RRR: 1.00)

  • Moises Henriques56 (44b)
  • Travis Head47 (33b)
  • Kuldeep Yadav4-0-46-0
  • Yuzvendra Chahal3-0-21-0

Brat: "@Arunraj : Maybe Nehra/Zaheer can be brought in as the specialist "Getting Used to Left Arm bowling" coach for the Indian batsmen!"

14.6
2
Kuldeep Yadav to Henriques, 2 runs, another slog sweep, this one mistimed to deep square leg
14.5
1
Kuldeep Yadav to Head, 1 run, slog sweeps it out to long-on
14.4
1
Kuldeep Yadav to Henriques, 1 run, races down to reach the pitch of the tossed up delivery and carves it to long-off
14.3
6
Kuldeep Yadav to Henriques, SIX runs, goes to fifty with a six! It's too short this time and Henriques rocks back and pummels it over deep midwicket. Super shot, because of the quick footwork
14.2
6
Kuldeep Yadav to Henriques, SIX runs, hammers a very very full delivery outside off stump over long-off. Looks like the googly, but it doesn't matter when he overpitches. Rohit perches on the edge of the boundary,. trying to catch it, but it goes over him
14.1
1
Kuldeep Yadav to Head, 1 run, steps out, but not quite to the pitch of the ball. Panics into a slog and gets a leading edge out to short third man

END OF OVER:
14 | 5 Runs | AUS: 97/2 (22 runs required from 36 balls, RR: 6.92, RRR: 3.66)

  • Travis Head45 (31b)
  • Moises Henriques41 (40b)
  • Yuzvendra Chahal3-0-21-0
  • Kuldeep Yadav3-0-29-0

Tom de Sailor: "Meh!! A debutant doing well against India. It's nothing new. It's only a matter of a match, when India figures him out. "

13.6
1
Chahal to Head, 1 run, rocks back and cuts a short ball out to the sweeper cover
13.5
1
Chahal to Henriques, 1 run, works a flighted delivery on leg stump to long-on
13.4
0
Chahal to Henriques, no run, low full toss on middle and leg, clips it to midwicket
13.3
1
Chahal to Head, 1 run, slaps a full delivery outside off to long-off
13.2
0
Chahal to Head, no run, tosses it up outside off, well outside off, Head reaches out to slash and misses
13.1
2
Chahal to Head, 2 runs, lashes it outside off, over to deep cover

END OF OVER:
13 | 4 Runs | AUS: 92/2 (27 runs required from 42 balls, RR: 7.07, RRR: 3.85)

  • Travis Head41 (27b)
  • Moises Henriques40 (38b)
  • Kuldeep Yadav3-0-29-0
  • Yuzvendra Chahal2-0-16-0

Arunraj: "I see Indian batting now n then falling for a new left arm seamer like Aamir, Mustafizur Rahman n today Behrendorff.. Hope they will come strong against him with a plan next game.."

12.6
1
Kuldeep Yadav to Head, 1 run, top edge, as he tries to sweep, and the ball beats Kohli running back from slip
12.5
1
Kuldeep Yadav to Henriques, 1 run, positions himself across the stumps, and reads the googly off the pitch with the length being short as it is. Nudges behind square leg
12.4
1
Kuldeep Yadav to Head, 1 run, clears the front leg and belts a tossed up delivery on middle to long-off
12.3
1
Kuldeep Yadav to Henriques, 1 run, slaps a full delivery outside off to long-off

Australia 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st11AJ FinchDA Warner
2nd2AJ FinchMC Henriques
3rd109MC HenriquesTM Head